I was running low on body wash so I was fortunate enough to receive a bottle of body wash – sorry, I meant wash lotion – just in the nick of time.
My roommate got confused with the name, but it turns out, the reason why it’s called that is because it’s not just a body wash, but you can use it for the hair as well. Pretty cool, isn’t it? So I tried using it on my body and my hair and it did well!
Both my skin and hair look good, if I do say so myself. I put nothing on my skin and hair in this photo. I loved how my hair felt so clean and soft. I know, I was totally not expecting this to be a hair review either. 😯
It also does well for a body wash, though! It is very gentle, with a mild, clean fragrance which is suitable for people who have sensitive skin, and can even be used for babies and old people.
It has Allantoin, so it is pH neutral for the skin and soap free, suitable for sensitive and stressed skin. Yet despite being soap free, it lathers very well.
The other product it came with was the skin balm, which provides skin with oil and moisture.
Suitable for daily hand and body care for all skin types, it permeates deeply into the skin with oil-in water emulsion, and supports and cares for the skin to protect it from drying. It is also suitable for children’s skin.
It also contains added urea as a moisturising agent and also to speed up skin cell renewal. It is also dermatologically tested and helps to reduce skin irritation and itch.
Just like the wash lotion, it has a mild scent to allow users with dry & sensitive skin to enjoy a soothing touch of fragrance. It seems thick when you first put it on, but once you rub it into your skin, it has a light, non-sticky feeling that leaves your skin soft and smooth.
You can buy both from Guardian, Unity, Watsons, Independent pharmacy (Pink beauty, Beauty essential) and NHG.
Suggested retail prices:
Esemtan Wash Lotion $19.75/500ml, $35.30/1L
Esemtan Skin Balm $20/500ml
Disclosure: I received the featured product for free. All opinions are entirely my own.